Synonyms for sulcicollis or Related words with sulcicollis

fairmairei              collarti              impressicollis              puncticollis              descarpentriesi              chevrolat              halecia              laticollis              dentifera              volkovitsh              amblystomus              spinipennis              coomani              seyrigi              kuntzeni              fairmaire              liturata              peringuey              rotundicollis              aubei              jeanneli              lacordairei              decellei              laevicollis              endroedyi              faldermann              sublaevis              kiesenwetter              madecassus              seydeli              longulus              lesnei              villiersi              fallaciosa              burgeoni              putzeys              quedenfeldt              wehncke              camerunica              polybothris              craspedophorus              amplicollis              lafertei              fleutiaux              motschulsky              rungsi              liebke              pachyteles              reitter              pauliani             



Examples of "sulcicollis"
Clivina sulcicollis is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Sloane in 1896.
Bangalaia sulcicollis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Kolbe in 1893.
Rhyzodiastes sulcicollis is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Rhysodinae. It was described by Grouvelle in 1903.
Hemilissa sulcicollis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Bates in 1870.
Omoglymmius sulcicollis is a species of beetle in the subfamily Rhysodidae. It was described by Lewis in 1888.
Aerenea sulcicollis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Melzer in 1932.
Acalolepta sulcicollis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gressitt in 1952. It is known from the Solomon Islands.
The Tok-tok beetles (genus "Psammodes") are ground-dwelling, Afrotropical beetles in the family Tenebrionidae. They are stout in shape and typically black or dark rufous in colour. They average about 2.6 cm in body length, but the Spindle toktokkie ("P. bertolonii") has an elongate body shape and measures 5.3 cm, while "P. sulcicollis" reaches 6 to 8 cm, and is the largest Tenebrionid in the world. Like the related genus "Dichtha", the adults tap out a rhythm on the ground to attract and locate mates. Habitats are varied, from coastal forest to ridges, koppies, woodland and desert sand.